Custom IOT Solutions in Logistics
For All Industries
Gy Falcon’s custom IoT service enablement is made possible by our fully managed
and hosted IoT platform and ecosystem
A modern IoT software architecture and ecosystem that manages the integration of IoT devices and enterprise systems anywhere and at any scale
Machine Learning delivers superior data analytics with real-time alerts. Capture, process, store, and retrieve any kind of data at any speed or volume for real-time intelligence your business can act upon
Standard or fully-customized IoT services for an uncompromising user experience leveraging ready-to-deploy IoT capabilities that dramatically accelerate time to market
1. Improved security and theft detection
Connected applications increase the control over who enters the warehouse at any given time, help track all items, and alert the business manager in case something goes missing. Examples of IoT-powered security applications are connected CCTVs, apps that allow warehouse managers to block the doors of the facility remotely, asset tracking logistics applications that help monitor deliveries, and more
2. Higher employee safety
Unreliable machinery puts companies at risk of endangering the lives of its staff. The Internet of Things’ effects on logistics include employee protection by detecting equipment issues long before a human interacts with a tool
IoT sensors significantly increase the response time, in case something happened to an employee. A wearable immediately detects a critical change in vitals and transfers the data to a dedicated platform that alerts the manager and even calls an ambulance
3. End-to-end product tracking
Increasing the transparency of the delivery process is the primary objective business managers want to achieve with IoT implementation.
Being able to track the product all the way from the warehouse to the customer’s doorstep increases the manager’s confidence that all stages of the supply chain are completed smoothly.
It also boosts the client’s trust in the brand and saves support agents a ton of time as customers no longer bother customer support with delivery status update requests.
4. Improving delivery
There are a handful of ways the Internet of Things facilitates delivery management. RFID tags and connected GPS sensors help business managers track shipping all the way to its final stage.
Also, thanks to connected sensors, logistics managers can get real-time location data to ensure the weather or other environmental changes will not jeopardize the delivery